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The Pulp Magazine Archive
Jun 22, 2020
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Official Wrestling v01n04 [1951-08]. Cover photo of Jack Dempsey with female wrestlers Carol Cook and Mae Weston. Note: The name of actor and professional wrestler Mike Mazurki (1907-1990) is misspelled in the article about him as "Mike Mazurka."
Topics: Magazine, Periodical, Official Wrestling, Wrestling, Sports, Entertainment, Television, Lou Thesz,...
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Note: This scan is missing the advertisements, the table of contents, the inside front cover, the inside back cover, and the back cover. In the PDF version, the stories and poems have been bookmarked for ease of access. CONTENTS: All-Story Weekly [v94 #4, March 8, 1919] (10¢, 176pp, pulp) 529 · The Yellow Lord [Part 1 of 2] · Will Levington Comfort · sl 551 · The Hand From The Dark · Frances O. J. Gaither · ss 559 · Prayer For Courage · Margaret G. Hays · pm 560 · Pug-ly-gug-lo [Part...
Topics: Pulps, Pulp Magazines, All-Story Weekly, A. Merritt, Will Levington Comfort, Joseph Pettee Copp,...
The Pulp Magazine Archive
Jun 20, 2020
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Interzone #009 [1984-Autumn].
Topics: Magazine, Periodical, Science Fiction, Fantasy, Interzone
The Pulp Magazine Archive
Jun 19, 2020
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Interzone #008 [1984-Summer].
Topics: Magazine, Periodical, Science Fiction, Fantasy, Interzone
The Pulp Magazine Archive
Jun 19, 2020
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Interzone #005 [1983-Autumn].
Topics: Magazine, Periodical, Science Fiction, Fantasy, Interzone
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Jun 19, 2020
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Interzone #004 [1983-Spring].
Topics: Magazines, Periodicals, Science Fiction, Fantasy, Interzone
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Into The Niger Bend - Jules Verne (Ace H-41, 1968).
Topics: Adventure Stories, Africa, Jules Verne, Ace Books
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Jun 14, 2020
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Starlog Scrapbook Vol. 6 [1987].
Topics: Magazines, Periodicals, Science Fiction, Fantasy, Starlog, Movies, Motion Pictures, Film, Cinema,...
The Pulp Magazine Archive
Jun 13, 2020
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Starlog Scrapbook Vol. 5 [1986].
Topics: Magazines, Periodicals, Science Fiction, Fantasy, Starlog, Movies, Motion Pictures, Film, Cinema,...
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Jun 13, 2020
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Starlog Scrapbook Vol. 3 [1984]
Topics: Magazines, Periodicals, Science Fiction, Fantasy, Starlog, Movies, Motion Pictures, Film, Cinema,...
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Jun 13, 2020
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Starlog Scrapbook Vol. 1 [1982].
Topics: Magazines, Periodicals, Science Fiction, Fantasy, Starlog, Movies, Motion Pictures, Film, Cinema,...
Science Fiction Series No. 06: "When The Moon Fell" by Morrison Colladay [1929]. Frontispiece illustration by Frank R. Paul. Adapted from the listing in the online SF Encyclopedia : The Science Fiction Serie s was a series of eighteen self-covered, side-stapled pamphlets published between 1929 and 1932 by Hugo Gernsback's Stellar Publishing Corporation, offered for sale by mail order for ten cents each (or six for 50 cents) in advertisements in his magazines, and seemingly edited by...
Topics: Pulps, Pulp Magazines, Science Fiction, Morrison M. Colladay, Charles Morrison Colladay, Hugo...
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The Junior Munsey was a magazine for older children. NOTE: The scan of this issue is missing the inside front cover and the rear advertisements. CONTENTS: The Junior Munsey [v10 #6, September 1901] (The Frank A. Munsey Co., 176pp+, standard) 881 · Britain’s Future King · Fritz Cunliffe-Owen · ar 889 · College Clubs In New York · Edward T. Noble · ar 897 · The Postern Gate · Elizabeth Meserole Rhodes · ss 905 · The American Sportsman · Maximilian Foster · ar 909 · Miss Varian ·...
Topics: Pulps, Pulp Magazines, The Junior Munsey, The Frank A. Munsey Company
The Pulp Magazine Archive
Jun 9, 2020
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The Junior Munsey was a magazine for older children. This was the first issue of The Junior Munsey to be published after it merged with The Puritan (two serials that had begun in The Puritan are continued here). NOTE: The scan of this issue is missing the inside front cover, table of contents, advertisements, the inside back cover, and back cover. CONTENTS: The Junior Munsey [v10 #1, April 1901] (The Frank A. Munsey Co., 176pp+, standard) 1 · Queen Victoria And Her Wealth · Fritz...
Topics: Pulps, Pulp Magazines, The Junior Munsey, The Frank A. Munsey Company
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Jun 7, 2020
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CONTENTS: Air Trails [v7 #5, February 1937] (Street & Smith Publications, Inc., 15¢, 96pp, pulp) 4 · This Winged World · [Various] · pi 7 · Air Progress · Anon. · cl 8 · The Ring Of Death [Bill Barnes] · George L. Eaton (by Harold P. Montanye) · na 15 · Dirigible Development · Anon. · ms 16 · Modern Motors · Arch Whitehouse & A. N. Troshkin · ar 19 · Pictorial History Of Man In The Air · Anon. · pi 20 · Nose Dive · Pierre Gendron · ss 23 · The Flier’s Dictionary...
Topics: Pulps, Pulp Magazines, Aviation Pulps, Air Trails, Bill Barnes, George L. Eaton, Harold P....
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Jun 7, 2020
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ABC Film Review v16n08 [1966-08].
Topics: Magazine, Periodical, ABC Film Review, Movies, Motion Pictures, Film, Television, TV
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Jun 7, 2020
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Air Trails Model Annual 1954.
Topics: Magazine, Periodical, Air Trails, Aviation, Model Airplanes
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Jun 6, 2020
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TV People v04n01 [1956-02]. TV fan magazine.
Topics: Magazine, Periodical, TV People, Television, TV Shows, TV, Entertainment, Arthur Godfrey, Jack...
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Jun 6, 2020
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TV People v01n02 [1953-10]. TV fan magazine.
Topics: Magazine, Periodical, TV People, Television, TV Shows, TV, Entertainment, Arthur Godfrey, Eve...
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Villains Galore: The Heyday Of The Popular Story Weekly - Mary Noel (The Macmillan Company, 1954). No copyright renewals found. The chapters have been bookmarked in the PDF for ease of access. From the dust jacket: "In this exciting history of the low-priced weeklies, Mary Noel shows how they developed, and how, by paying high prices to authors and furnishing a steady market, they first made the writing of light fiction a regular business." From a Kirkus Reviews review, June 15, 1954:...
Topics: Story Papers, Dime Novels, Nickel Weeklies, Story Weeklies, Sensation Fiction, American Literature,...
The Beadle Story Papers, 1870-1897: A Study Of Popular Fiction by Louis George Pecek (doctoral dissertation) (The Ohio State University, 1959). About The Author: Louis George Pecek (1931-2019) was a member of the faculty and administration of John Carroll University in Cleveland, Ohio from 1959 to 1996, retiring as Assistant Academic Vice-President and Director of Institutional Research. CONTENTS: Chapter One: Notes On The Study Of Popular Fiction; Or, Sub-Literature For Fun And Study . . . . ....
Topics: Dime Novels, Nickel Weeklies, Story Papers, Beadle Story Papers, Beadle & Adams, Doctoral...
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Jun 2, 2020
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Physical Culture v92n10 [1948-12].
Topics: Magazine, Periodical, Physical Culture, Health, Exercise, Bernarr Macfadden, Lola Albright,...
H. P. Lovecraft: A Bibliography - Compiled by Joseph Payne Brennan. Revised Edition (1952).
Topics: H. P. Lovecraft, Horror, Supernatural, Pulps, Pulp Magazines, Bibliography
The Pulp Magazine Archive
May 27, 2020
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TV People v01n01 [1953-08]. TV fan magazine.
Topics: Magazine, Periodical, TV People, Television, TV Shows, TV, Entertainment, Bob Hope, Dinah Shore,...
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May 27, 2020
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Look v01n02 [1937-02]. Though numbered as Issue 02, this was actually the first issue of the magazine to be distributed (see below). Note: This is a cover-to-cover scan. Pages 20 and 21 were a color centerfold portrait of movie actress Dolores del Río , which is presented here as a vertical double-page scan. About Look (from Wikipedia): Look was a biweekly, general-interest magazine published in Des Moines, Iowa, from 1937 to 1971, with more of an emphasis on photographs than articles. A...
Topics: Magazine, Periodical, Look Magazine, Photography, News Photography, News Magazine, Joan Crawford,...
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CONTENTS: Mammoth Western [v4 #11, November 1948] ed. Raymond A. Palmer (Ziff-Davis Publishing Company, 25¢, 156pp, pulp) mg. ed. William L. Hamling. fc. · Seminole Secret · Walter Haskell Hinton · cv 6 · Ridin’ Herd With The Editor · [The Editor] · ed 8 · Fast Gun—Slow Death · J. J. Allerton · ss; illustrated by Bill Terry 17 · Stampeding Buffalo Herds · H. R. Stanton · ms 18 · The Dancing Dutchman · Frances M. Deegan · ss; illustrated by Bill Terry 29 · Unsung Hero ·...
Topics: Pulps, Pulp Magazines, Mammoth Western, Westerns, Western Stories, Western Fiction, Raymond A....
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The Illustrated London News v148n4007 [1916-02-05].
Topics: Magazines, Periodicals, Newspapers, The Illustrated London News, World War I, Workd War One, First...
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May 24, 2020
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CONTENTS: Mammoth Western [v2 #6, December 1946] ed. B. G. Davis (Ziff-Davis Publishing Company, 25¢, pulp) fc. · Western Honor · Arnold Kohn · cv 6 · Ridin’ Herd With The Editor · [The Editor] · ed 8 · Tascosa Partners · Robert Moore Williams · ss; illustrated by Walter H. Hinton 20 · Broncho-Busting Was A Business · Jeffry Stevens · ms 22 · Water Lode · Chester S. Geier · ss; illustrated by Malcolm Smith 34 · The Kid’s Killer · H. R. Stanton · ms 36 · Funny About Bees...
Topics: Pulps, Pulp Magazines, Mammoth Western, Arnold Kohn, Robert Moore Williams, Malcolm Smith, Chester...
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May 21, 2020
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CONTENTS: The Spider [v2 #3, April 1934] (Popular Publications, Inc., 10¢, 128pp+, pulp, cover by John Howitt) 6 · The Serpent Of Destruction [Richard Wentworth (The Spider)] · Grant Stockbridge (by Norvell W. Page) · n. 95 · Deadlock [Doc Turner] · Arthur Leo Zagat · ss 107 · The Death Yacht · George A. Starbird · ss
Topics: Pulps, Pulp Magazines, The Spider, John Howitt, Grant Stockbridge, Norvell W. Page, Arthur Leo...
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May 19, 2020
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CONTENTS: Algol [#12, March 18, 1967] ed. Andrew Porter (Doompublication, 50¢, 74pp, 8¼" x 11" e/s, cover by Jack Gaughan) Front Cover (drawing of Harlan Ellison by Jack Gaughan, from a photograph) 5 · Beetle-Juice: Editorial · Andrew Porter · ed THE ELLISH 9 · Introduction · Andrew Porter · in 11 · "How Harlan Ellison Came To Be So Honored" · William Rotlser · cs 16 · Harlan Ellison · Lee Hoffman · ar 17 · Harlan Ellison · Ted White · ar 21 · The...
Topics: Fanzine, Science Fiction, Algol
The Pulp Magazine Archive
May 19, 2020
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Fantasy Image 03 [1985-06].
Topics: Magazine, Periodical, Science Fiction, Fantasy, Television
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May 19, 2020
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Fantasy Image 02 [1985-03].
Topics: Magazine, Periodical, Science Fiction, Fantasy, Television
Ten Cent Claude Duval Novels No. 11 [circa 1870]. "Luke, The Swell: An Exciting Story Of Life, Love And Intrigue" by "The Author Of ''PAUL CLIFFORD,'' "DUVAL AND THE GHOST," "CLAUDE'S STRATAGEM," ETC., ETC." Twenty-five volumes in this dime novel series were published by Norman L. Munro & Company in the early 1870s. Claude Duval  (or D u Vall , 1643 – 21 January 1670) was a French-born gentleman highwayman in Restoration England , as notorious for...
Topics: Dime Novels, Ten Cent Claude Duval Novels, Norman L. Munro & Company, Claude Duval, Highwaymen,...
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May 15, 2020
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CONTENTS: Street & Smith’s Wild West Weekly [v160 #1, #2099, January 9, 1943] (Street & Smith Publications, Inc., 10¢, pulp) 6 · A Chat With The Range Boss · Anon · cl 9 · Square Guns And Crooked Shooters [Sonny Tabor] · Ward M. Stevens (by Paul S. Powers) · na 39 · Red Jack Missing · Hapsburg Liebe · ss 44 · Killer Clue [Dal Strong] · Guy L. Maynard · ss 55 · Redwood Renegades [Yuma Bill] · Ed Earl Repp · na 80 · ¿Quien Sabe? · qz 81 · Horse Talk · Stephen Payne...
Topics: Pulps, Pulp Magazines, Wild West Weekly, Western Fiction, Western Stories, Westerns, Ward M....
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May 15, 2020
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CONTENTS: Argosy [v306 #1, March 1, 1941] (The Frank A. Munsey Company, 10¢, pulp) fc. · [photo montage] · Anon. · cv 4 · Editorial · [The Editors] · ed 6 · And So To Death · Cornell Woolrich · na 20 · The Devil’s Garden [Murchison Morks] · Robert Arthur · ss 24 · Long Road To Tomorrow [Part 1 of 4; Dikar and the Bunch] · Arthur Leo Zagat · na 30 · Drummer Boy · John Russell · ss 33 · Gunswift [Part 3 of 7] · Jack Byrne · sl 39 · I Got No Sword · Don Tracy · ss 42 ·...
Topics: Pulps, Pulp Magazines, Argosy, The Frank A. Munsey Company, Cornell Woolrich, Robert Arthur, Arthur...
Pluck And Luck #250 [1903-03-18]. "Jack Wright And His Electric Balloon Ship; Or, 30,000 Leagues Above The Earth" by "Noname" [Luis Senarens].
Topics: Dime Novels, Nickel Weeklies, Pluck And Luck, Science Fiction, Jack Wright, Noname, Luis Senarens
Pluck And Luck #266 [1903-07-08]. "Jack Wright And His Iron Clad Air Motor; Or, Searching For A Lost Explorer" by "Noname" [Luis Senarens].
Topics: Dime Novels, Nickel Weeklies, Pluck And Luck, Jack Wright, Noname, Luis Senarens, Boy Inventors,...
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May 13, 2020
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CONTENTS: The Cavalier [v2 #3, April 1909] (The Frank A. Munsey Company, 10¢, pulp, cover by Mayo Bunker) 387 · Masters Of Circumstance [Part 1 of 5] · Theodore Goodridge Roberts · sl 406 · The Folly Of Anne · Ellen Farley · ss 409 · April Song · Clinton Scollard · pm 410 · Released · Frank W. Gurney · ss 412 · A True Memorial · Arthur Wallace Peach · pm 413 · Two Millions At Large [Part 2 of 5] · Mary C. Francis · sl 426 · Remembrance · Wallace Arthur · pm 427 · The...
Topics: Pulps, Pulp Magazines, The Cavalier, The Frank A. Munsey Company, Theodore Goodridge Roberts,...
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Note: Black & white scan. Missing inside front cover, ads, table of contents, inside back cover, back cover. CONTENTS: Argosy All-Story Weekly [v130 #3, February 5, 1921] (The Frank A. Munsey Company, 10¢, 144pp, pulp, cover by Modest Stein) 289 · Pawned [Part 1 of 5] · Frank L. Packard · sl 312 · Luck! · Charles Milham · ss 319 · Mysteries · Edmund Vance Cooke · pm Munsey’s Magazine December 1914 320 · The Greatest Gamble [Part 2 of 5] · Elizabeth York Miller · sl 338 · The...
Topics: Pulps, Pulp Magazines, Argosy, The Frank A. Munsey Company, Frank L. Packard, Modest Stein,...
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May 12, 2020
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Pluck And Luck #282 [1903-10-28]. "Jack Wright And His Electric Sea Ghost; Or, A Strange Under Water Journey" by "Noname".
Topics: Dime Novels, Nickel Weeklies, Science Fiction, Jack Wright, Noname, Luis Senarens, Pluck And Luck
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May 12, 2020
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Cover-to-cover scan. CONTENTS: The Cavalier [v2 #2, March 1909] (Frank A. Munsey, 10¢, 192pp, pulp, cover by W. Herbert Dunton) 195 · Two Millions At Large [Part 1 of 5] · Mary C. Francis · sl 210 · “Up There” · Donald Kennicott · ss 214 · The Wages Of Courtesy · Charles Wisner Barrell · ss 218 · The Duke’s Pawn [Part 2 of 5] · Frances Olin · sl 233 · A Triangle Of Terror · Grace Tabor · ss; has fantastic content. 244 · March Violets · Rachel Barton Butler · pm 245 ·...
Topics: Pulps, Pulp Magazines, The Cavalier, The Frank A. Munsey Company, Robert Barr, Temple Bailey,...
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May 12, 2020
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Look-in v11n50 [1980-12-06].
Topics: Magazine, Periodical, Look-in, Television, Comic Strips, Buck Rogers, Science Fiction
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May 12, 2020
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CONTENTS: Bill Barnes Air Trails [v7 #4, January 1937] (Street & Smith Publications, Inc., pulp) 4 · This Winged World · [Various] · pi 7 · Air Progress · Anon. · cl 8 · Hawks Of The North [Bill Barnes] · George L. Eaton [house pseudonym] (by Charles Spain Verral) · na 15 · The Flier’s Dictionary · C. B. Colby · cl 16 · Rocket Ships [Part 1 of 3] · Allan Finn · ar 20 · NC711 Going Down! · A. S. Gregory · ss 23 · Pictorial History Of Man In The Air · Anon. · pi 24 ·...
Topics: Pulp, Pulp Magazines, Aviation Pulps, Bill Barnes Air Trails, Charles Spain Verral, Frank Tinsley,...
Nick Carter Stories #120 [1914-12-26]. "An Uncanny Revenge; Or, Nick Carter And The Mind-Murderer." The chapters in the PDF have been bookmarked for ease of access.
Topics: Dime Novels, Nickel Weeklies, Nick Carter Stories, Nick Carter, Mystery, Detective, Crime Fiction
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May 7, 2020
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Fantastic v27n10 [1980-07].
Topics: Pulps, Pulp Magazines, Digests, Science Fiction, Fantasy, Fantastic
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May 7, 2020
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Fantastic v27n01 [1978-04].
Topics: Pulps, Pulp Magazines, Digests, Science Fiction, Fantasy
Scarce anthology of 22 horror stories which was originally published in paperback in 1951 by Permabooks and has never been reprinted. CONTENTS: In The Grip Of Terror ed. Groff Conklin (Permabooks P117, 1951, 35¢, 364pp, pb) ix · Introduction · Groff Conklin · in 1 · The Last Kiss · Maurice Level · ss Current Opinion October 1920; Le Journal 1912. 7 · The Illustrated Man · Ray Bradbury · ss Esquire July 1950 23 · The Upturned Face · Stephen Crane · ss Ainslee’s Magazine March 1900...
Topics: Short Stories, Anthology, Horror, Supernatural, Groff Conklin, Vintage Paperback
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May 4, 2020
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Chicago Ledger v51n39 [1923-09-29]. Includes the first part of "Shumway Stalks The Monster" by Edwin Baird (who was the first editor of Weird Tales magazine).
Topics: Story Paper, Newspaper, Chicago Ledger, Edwin Baird, Fred H. Hayn, Loreita Parsons, Peggy Poe,...
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Physical Culture v58n03 [1927-09]. Cover artwork by Bradshaw Crandell (1896-1966). Note: Page 123 is missing from the scan. A little bit of text was clipped off the left side of Page 129.
Topics: Magazine, Periodical, Physical Culture, Health, Exercise, Bernarr Macfadden, Bradshaw Crandell
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The Saturday Review Of Literature v01n02 [1924-08-09]. Saturday Review , previously The Saturday Review Of Literature , was an American weekly magazine established in 1924. Norman Cousins was the editor from 1940 to 1971. In addition to book reviews and literary essays, it featured occasional poetry and fiction in its early years (Joseph Conrad's final novel Suspense was serialized in its pages in 1925). At its peak, Saturday Review was influential as the base of several widely read critics...
Topics: Magazine, Periodical, The Saturday Review Of Literature, Books, Book Reviews, Literary Review
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About the book and the radio series: The Adventures Of Harry Lime (broadcast in the United States as The Lives Of Harry Lime) was an old-time radio program produced in the United Kingdom during the 1951 to 1952 season. Orson Welles reprised his role of Harry Lime from the celebrated 1949 film The Third Man. The radio series is a prequel to the film, and depicts the many misadventures of con-artist Lime in a somewhat lighter tone than that of the film. Fifteen episodes of the radio series were...
Topics: Books, Short Stories, Radio Series, Radio Shows, Harry Lime, Orson Welles, OTR, Old Time Radio,...
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May 2, 2020
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Amazing Stories v25n03 [1951-03]. Upgrade to the previously posted versions of this scan.
Topics: Pulps, Pulp Magazines, Amazing Stories, Science Fiction Fantasy
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May 2, 2020
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The Youth's Companion v37n25 [1863-06-18]. The Youth's Companion (1827–1929), known in later years as simply The Companion—For All the Family , was an American children's magazine that existed for over one hundred years until it finally merged with The American Boy in 1929. The Companion was published in Boston, Massachusetts by the Perry Mason Company (later renamed "Perry Mason & Co." after the founder died). Erle Stanley Gardner (1889–1970) was, as a child, very fond of...
Topics: Magazine, Periodical, The Youth's Companion, Children's Magazines
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May 2, 2020
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Amazing Stories v26n09 [1952-09].
Topics: Pulps, Pulp Magazines, Amazing Stories, Science Fiction, Fantasy
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Amazing Stories v25n03 [1951-03]. Black & white edit, with better covers.
Topics: Pulps, Pulp Magazines, Amazing Stories, Science Fiction, Fantasy
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May 1, 2020
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The Mentor v10n01 [1922-02].
Topics: Magazine, Periodical, The Mentor, Madame Tussaud's, Frederick O'Brien, South Seas
The concept of the facsimile reprint may have been invented by Charles Bragin back in the 1940s with his Dime Novel Club which published facsimile editions of dime novels (from 1945-1960). One of the first companies to attempt to extend the practice to pulp magazines was Odyssey Publications. From 1974 to 1981, Odyssey Publications published a series of eleven anthologies of pulp stories in a perfect-bound trade paperback format. The original plan was to publish sets of four titles: two...
Topics: Pulps, Pulp Magazines, Terence X. O'Leary's War Birds, Aviation Pulps, Rudolph Belarski, Arthur Guy...
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Apr 30, 2020
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The Mentor v14n03 [1926-04].
Topics: Magazine, Periodical, The Mentor, Mexico, Mounds, Mound Builders
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Apr 23, 2020
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CONTENTS: Dare-Devil Aces [v9 #4, March 1935] (Popular Publications, Inc., 15¢, 128pp, pulp) 6 · The Scarlet Bats · Steuart M. Emery · nv 48 · The Headless Ace · Orlando Rigoni · ss 58 · The Wizard Staffel · O. B. Myers · ss 73 · Explosion Buzzard [Barry Rand (The Red Falcon)] · Robert J. Hogan · ss 86 · The Shanghaied Patrol · C. M. Miller · ss 103 · The Dynamite Monster · Frederick Blakeslee · ar 104 · The Black 13 [Lee “The Comet” Jackson] · Darrell Jordan · ss 115...
Topics: Pulps, Pulp Magazines, Dare-Devil Aces, Aviation Pulps, World War I, Steuart M. Emery, Orlando...
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Castle Of Frankenstein 004 (v01n04) [1964]. Alternate scan.
Topics: Magazine, Periodical, Castle Of Frankenstein, Calvin Beck, Horror Films, Horror Movies, Monster...
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Castle Of Frankenstein 004 (v01n04) [1964].
Topics: Magazine, Periodical, Castle Of Frankenstein, Calvin Beck, Horror Films, Horror Movies, Monster...
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Apr 21, 2020
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Modern Monsters 04 [1966-10].
Topics: Magazines, Periodicals, Modern Monsters, Horror Movies, Monster Movies, Motion Pictures, Movies,...
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Apr 21, 2020
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Modern Monsters 03 [1966-08].
Topics: Magazines, Periodicals, Modern Monsters, Horror Movies, Film, Cinema, Movies, Motion Pictures
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Physical Culture v84n03 [1940-09]. Note: The scan is missing pages 74 and 80.
Topics: Magazine, Periodical, Physical Culture
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Physical Culture v45n05 [1920-05]. Note: The scan is missing pages 11, 12, and 142. Several pages have text clipped off at the inner margins.
Topics: Magazine, Periodical, Physical Culture
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Apr 17, 2020
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Physical Culture v84n03 [1940-09]. Note: The scan is missing pages 74 and 80.
Topics: Magazine, Periodical, Physical Culture
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Apr 13, 2020
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St. Nicholas v54n03 [1927-01].
Topics: Magazine, Periodical, St. Nicholas, Children's Magazine, Children's Stories
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Apr 13, 2020
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CONTENTS: REH: Two Gun Raconteur [#2, Summer 1976] ed. Damon C. Sasser (Damon Sasser, 40pp, ph) 3 · The Dark Lines · Damon C. Sasser · ed 4 · REH Mail · [The Readers] · lc 7 · Letter To Clark Ashton Smith, March 15, 1933 (“I hardly know how to thank you for the copy”) · Robert E. Howard · lt The Howard Collector #11 1969 [Clark Ashton Smith] 9 · A Fool And His Money Are Soon Strangers: A Morality Play In One Act · David Parsons · ar 13 · The Legendary Celts · Wayne Warfield ·...
Topics: Fanzine, Fantasy, Sword & Sorcery, Robert E. Howard
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CONTENTS: The Rivals Of Frankenstein: A Gallery Of Monsters ed. Michel Parry (New York: Barnes & Noble Books, 1980, pb) (Cover artwork by Fred Charles) First American Edition (Originally published paperback in Great Britain by Corgi in 1977) 9 · Introduction: In The Footsteps Of Frankenstein · Michel Parry · in 17 · The Colossus of Ylourgne · Clark Ashton Smith · nv Weird Tales June 1934 56 · The Last of the Daubeny-FitzAlans · Arnold Harvey · ss 1976 59 · The Dancing Partner ·...
Topics: Horror, Science Fiction, Frankenstein
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Old Boys Books: A Complete Catalogue - W. O. G. Lofts & D. J. Adley (Privately Printed, 1969).
Topics: British Story Papers, Children's Magazines, Children's Books, Boys' Papers, Boys' Books, Girls'...
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CONTENTS: The Cavalier [v1 #4, January 1909] (Frank A. Munsey, 10¢, 192pp, pulp, cover by Maynard Dixon) 579 · Love Among The Climbers [Part 1 of 4] · Barry Littleton · sl 591 · The Kafir’s Skull · James Francis Dwyer · ss 596 · My Lady Dreams · Gene B. Lynch · pm 597 · Too Much Sunshine · Anton F. Klinkner · ss 599 · The Sword Of Tarroloys [Part 2 of 4] · Bannister Merwin · sl 615 · Plans That Miscarried · Theodore Goodridge Roberts · ss 620 · The Knife And The Painting...
Topics: Pulps, Pulp Magazines, The Cavalier, The Frank A. Munsey Company, Barry Littleton, James Francis...
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Vulcan v02n03 [1988-12]. "The Magazine Of Classic Film And Television."
Topics: Magazine, Periodical, Fanzine, Vulcan, Science Fiction, Fantasy, Television, Film, Cinema, Movies,...
American Tales No. 10 [August 16, 1864]. Contains: "The Secret Shot; Or, The Rivals Of Misty Mount" by Herrick Johnstone. Note: It is unknown whether Herrick Johnstone was a real person, or this was a pseudonym. Romance in the wild region of western North Carolina. The Battle of King's Mountain is described. Time, during the Revolution.
Topics: Dime Novels, American Tales, The American News Company, Herrick Johnstone, Historical Fiction,...
Diamond Dick, Jr. #601 [1908-04-18]. "Diamond Dick In The Canal Zone; Or, Varola, The Voodoo King."
Topics: Dime Novel, Diamond Dick. Jr., Westerns, Western Stories, Canal Zone, Voodoo
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Murder Can Be Fun was a fanzine published by John Marr from 1986 to 2007 which focused on true crime (bizarre deaths, murders, mayhem, crimes, disasters, weird books, and even weirder people) . The title was borrowed from Fredric Brown's 1948 mystery novel of the same name. Two unnumbered issues were published: Murder Can Be Fun Presents: Anti-Sex Tips For Teens (devoted to all those super-square teen advice books of the 1940s-1960s) and the issue that I'm presenting here today: Murder Can Be...
Topics: Fanzines, Book Reviews, True Crime, True Crime Books, Murder, Charles Starkweather, Jack Webb,...
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"Things To Come" was the bulletin/newsletter of Doubleday's Science Fiction Book Club. This four-page issue of Things To Come promotes the book club's January and February 1955 selections ( Portals Of Tomorrow , edited by August Derleth and Angels And Spaceships by Fredric Brown) with a few illustrations by an uncredited artist.
Topics: Science Fiction, Fantasy, Book Clubs, Ephemera, Promotional Materials
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The Banner Weekly v06n273 [1888-02-04]. The Banner Weekly was a weekly story paper which was published by Beadle & Adams. Originally titled "Beadle's Weekly," 758 issues were published between November 18, 1882 and May 22, 1897. This issue contains the first installment of "The Captain's Enemy; Or, The Evil Genius Of It All, A Romance Of The Old East And The Wild West," by Dr. Noel Dunbar [pseudonym of Col. Prentiss Ingraham, 1843-1904].
Topics: Dime Novels, Story Papers, The Banner Weekly, Beadle & Adams, Dr. Noel Dunbar, Col. Prentiss...
Lady In Peril - Ben Ames Williams (Popular Library 164, 1948). Cover artwork by Rudolph Belarski. Mystery novel which was originally published in hardcover in 1932 by E. P. Dutton & Co., under the title " Money Musk ." "When the director of the Jervis trust vanishes with a fortune in bonds he sets into motion a sequence of danger and death which disrupts the lives of Clint and Clara Jervis, heirs of the estate. It is while they are backstage in the Booth Theater that disaster...
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Topics: Mystery, Detective, Crime Stories, Crime Fiction, Vintage Papeback, Ben Ames Williams, Rudolph...
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The World Of Frank Richards - W. O. Lofts & D. J. Adley (compilers). Note: The scan is missing scans of the book's binding, endpapers, title page, and copyright page. The chapters in the PDF have been bookmarked for ease of access.
Topics: British Story Papers, Children's Stories, Authors, Biography, Charles Hamilton, Frank Richards,...
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Apr 5, 2020
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CONTENTS: Texas Rangers [v8 #2, April 1939] (Better Publications, Inc., 10¢, pulp) 13 · Vaquero Guns [Jim Hatfield] · Jackson Cole (house pseudonym, used here by Tom Curry) · na 79 · White Hat For An Outlaw · Robert E. Obets · ss 90 · Famous Texas Rangers: Captain John J. Tumlinson, Courageous Indian Fighter · Jack Jervis · ia 92 · Gun-Gang Plot · Anson Hard [pseudonym of W. C. Harding] · ss 98 · West Of The Pecos · Syl MacDowell · ss 106 · The Frontier Post · Captain Starr ·...
Topics: Pulps, Pulp Magazines, Texas Rangers, Westerns, Western Pulps, Western Stories, Jackson Cole, Tom...
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CONTENTS: Ellery Queen’s Mystery Magazine [v21, #114, May 1953] ed. Ellery Queen (American Mercury, 35¢, 144pp+, digest) Starting with this issue, Black Mask Detective Magazine is merged into Ellery Queen’s Mystery Magazine . fc. · [photo] · Anon. · cv 3 · It Takes A Thief · Arthur Miller · ss Collier’s February 8, 1947 9 · Blood-Brothers [Baron von Genthner] · Quentin Reynolds · ss Collier’s February 15, 1936, as "The Man Who Hated Music" 18 · Unbreakable Alibi...
Topics: Pulps, Pulp Magazines, Mystery, Detective, Crime Stories, Mystery Digests
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Apr 3, 2020
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Judge v087n2248 [1924-11-29].
Topics: Magazine, Periodical, Judge, Humor, Thanksgiving
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The Iron Virgin - James M. Fox (Dell #719, 1953).
Topics: Mystery, Detective, Crime Stories, Vintage Paperbacks
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Murder Is A Fact - Kurt Steel [pseudonym of Rudolf Hornaday Kagey, 1904-1946]. Short mystery novel about the murder of Philip Norton, the publisher of Fact magazine (a fictional weekly news magazine). It's a non-series novel which doesn't feature Kagey's most famous character, Hank Hyer (a boxer turned hard-boiled private detective). It was serialized in three parts in Scribner's magazine (May to July 1938) with illustrations by Robert Fawcett and was featured on the cover of the May issue....
Topics: Magazine, Periodical, Scribner's, Mystery, Kurt Steel, Rudolf Hornaday Kagey
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Mar 29, 2020
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CONTENTS: The Cavalier [v4 #2, November 1909] (Frank A. Munsey, 10¢, pulp) 195 · Morning Star [Part 1 of 8] · H. Rider Haggard · n.; has fantastic content. 214 · Boosting Briggs · Guy Oliver · ss 219 · The Blush Of Venus · James Francis Dwyer · ss 225 · Brazenhead In Milan [Part 2 of 3] · Maurice Hewlett · sl The Windsor Magazine December 1908 (+3) 232 · Love And Reform · Ludwig Lewisohn · ss 237 · The Stepping-Stone · Anna McClure Sholl · ss 248 · The Wood Thrush · Ross...
Topics: Pulps, Pulp Magazines, The Cavalier, The Frank A. Munsey Company, H. Rider Haggard, Maurice...
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Mar 27, 2020
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Sight And Sound v058n04 [1989-10].
Topics: Magazine, Periodical, Movies, Motion Pictures, Film, Cinema
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Mar 27, 2020
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Sight And Sound v007n027 [1938-10].
Topics: Magazine, Periodical, Movies, Motion Pictures, Film, Cinema, Movie Serials, Flash Gordon
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The Saturday Review Of Literature v01n01 [1924-08-02]. Saturday Review , previously The Saturday Review Of Literature , was an American weekly magazine established in 1924. Norman Cousins was the editor from 1940 to 1971. At its peak, Saturday Review was influential as the base of several widely read critics (e.g., Wilder Hobson, music critic Irving Kolodin, and theater critics John Mason Brown and Henry Hewes), and was often known by its initials as SR . It was never very profitable and...
Topics: Magazine, Periodical, The Saturday Review Of Literature, Literature, Books, Book Reviews
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This is a compilation of scans of the front covers (only) of all 49 issues of Avon Murder Mystery Monthly from 1942-1950 (with alternate scans of a few covers included). For the first four issues, the magazine was titled "Avon Murder Of The Month," changing the title to "Avon Murder Mystery Monthly" with the fifth issue. Each issue featured a novel or short story collection by one author. Note that issues 32 and 39 used the same cover art!
Topics: Pulps, Pulp Magazines, Avon Murder Mystery Monthly, Cover Artwork
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Avon Murder Mystery Monthly No. 41. The Metal Monster. By A. Merritt (New York: Avon Book Company, 1946) (203, [1] pages) (Cover art by Paul Stahr) The Metal Monster is a fantasy novel by Abraham Merritt. It was first serialized in Argosy All-Story Weekly in eight parts from August 7, 1920 to September 25, 1920 and features the return of Dr. Goodwin who first appeared in The Moon Pool . Three versions of the story exist, the first being the original magazine serialization. The second version is...
Topics: Pulps, Pulp Magazines, Avon Murder Mystery Monthly, Science Fiction, Fantasy, A. Merritt
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Mar 16, 2020
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Scan of the original pressbook (also known as an exhibitor manual or campaign book) for the 1961 horror film "The Devil's Messenger," starring Lon Chaney, Jr.
Topics: Movies, Motion Pictures, Film, Cinema, Horror Movies, The Devil's Messenger, Lon Chaney, Jr.,...
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Mar 10, 2020
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The New York Detective Library v01n359 [1889-10-19].
Topics: Dime Novels, Popular Fiction, The New York Detective Library, Mystery, Detective, Westerns, Francis...
International Magazine No. 03 [circa 1910]. "The Island Of Lost Men," Part 3 (of 3). About The International Magazine: The International Magazine (subtitled "The International Tales Of Mystery") wasn't actually a magazine but was a promotional tool distributed by the International Tailoring Co. of New York and Chicago (the "International" in the title refers to the company). Three "issues" were published, containing a mixture of stories, jokes, cartoons,...
Topics: Magazine, Periodical, International Magazine, Mystery, Science Fiction, Advertising, Virginia
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Mar 4, 2020
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Cowboy Songs v14n72 [1963-Fall].
Topics: Magazine, Periodical, Music, Cowboy Songs, Country Music
Jackson, Louis E., and C.R. Hellyer. A Vocabulary Of Criminal Slang, With Some Examples Of Common Usages : by Louis E. Jackson, Assisted by C.R. Hellyer, City Detective Department. [Modern Printing Co.], [ c 1914]. NOTE: The text of my own PDF version has been bookmarked for ease of access (it's the 5.5.MB PDF in the file tree on the right side of this page - the PDF with the smaller file 2.5 MB size is the Internet Archive's low resolution PDF, which leaves a bit to be desired). A Vocabulary...
Topics: True Crime, Crime, Criminals, Criminal Slang, Language Studies
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The Bandit Queen: A Tale Of Italy : by Emerson Bennett, Author of "Sol Slocure," "Prairie Flower," "Phantom of the Forrest," "Clara Moreland," "Forged Will," etc, etc. Street & Smith, [1869?]. This little booklet seems to have actually been a sort of a sales promotion gimmick for Street & Smith's New York Weekly . It contains only the first three chapters of the  story. At the end of the third chapter, this notification appears:...
Topics: Dime Novels, Popular Fiction, Popular Literature, Italy, Bandits, Emerson Bennett
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TV Guide v15n04 (#722) [1967-01-28] (Northern New England edition). Cover features The Monkees. This is the last issue that I have at present.
Topics: Magazine, Periodical, TV Guide, Television, Television Shows, Entertainment
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Mar 2, 2020
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Scan of the original pressbook (also known as an exhibitor manual or campaign book) for the 1943 Universal horror movie "Son Of Dracula," which starred Lon Chaney, Jr.
Topics: Movies, Motion Pictures, Film, Cinema, Son Of Dracula, Universal Monsters, Promotional Materials,...
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Sons Of Britannia v14n364 [1877-02-17].
Topics: Magazine, Periodical, Sons Of Britannia, Boys' Story Paper, Children's Literature
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Sons Of Britanni a v14n362 [1877-02-03]. Includes the first part of the serialized story "Tom Rattlebrain; Or, The Mystery Of The Old School Tower."
Topics: Magazine, Periodical, Sons Of Britannia, Boys' Story Paper, Children's Literature